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My name is Loki, I’m Risette’s new baby. I am a Bloodhound/Labrador Cross and I’m going to be a very big girl when I grow into my paws!! I go with mummy to the schools and entertain the Eco Club kids with my clumsiness and general good nature! I’m Gerri Junior, I was found on a nearby farm with a I’m May, I love it suspected broken here at Daktari, I wing. Daktari took get to play with me to the vet, who the kids and said it wasn’t broken, volunteers, and I but the ligaments get to flirt with were so badly Zulu & Shangaan damaged that I’llthrough the fence probably never flythat separates us!! again :o(
We had a very exciting trip to the Kruger Park with the postmatric ABSA students. We were in the park for two days and onenight and had some really good sightings. We saw four out of the big five!It was so wonderful, most students had never been in the Kruger Park before, they had the time of their lives, as one of the students wrote on their feedback form “Kruger Park Rocks!”
Great news, one of the ABSA students who finished his matric, Kutullo, got aplacement at Khamai Reptile Park. He get trained how to handle all differenttypes of reptiles, how to find them, pick them up and clean their enclosures.He is thrilled with his new experiences and hope he might find a job handling reptiles in the future. To create extra income for the eco clubs, the children drew all a unique postcard. These postcards we will sell at Daktari. All the income will godirectly to the eco clubs, so they can decide once a year what they want to do with the money they raised. Thank you, Risette de Haas – Outreach Manager Daktari Bush School
Shannon - USA Linda - Israel Leigh - AustraliaSophia - USA Sam - AustraliaBecky - UK Zoe - AustraliaAnne - France Sibylle - Switzerland
Fashionable Pied The old Meerkat enclosure has gone! Crow!! Presley is sporting this seasons The staff & volunteers did a great job colours in an attempt dismantling and to stop her peckingremoving the old camp her feathers out!“I’m a little dog like the Michele’s snakeothers! I am I am, look, handling course I can fit in this tiny paid off when she space!” caught and Yes Mirabelle, we relocated this believe you! Python! The volunteers Kirsten & Mert from went to help at the Deutsche Bank came Gorutha Toy Library to visit us in June, it for World Play Day! was great to put faces Soo much fun!! to names! Find it on Facebook for more info :o)
1. Volunteer Coordinator/ 2. Office Volunteer Marketing. 3. Office Volunteer Camp Manager Fundraising/Outreach Programme Your main task is to be in Your job is to keep the whole charge of the marketing, 50% of your time will be programme running communication, social media, following up on the fundraising smoothly, making sure the network and assist the that is currently in place, find and volunteers, staff, animals and director with the establish relationships with new children are where they are administrative work. This sponsors, review & adapt our meant to be and that position includes writing funding proposal and get new everyone is happy! newsletters, order supplies, ideas to generate income. reception of food deliveries, The other 50% of your time will coordinate needs of the camp, be assisting our Outreach and taking care of orphaned Manager. This includes visits to animals if necessary. the wildlife clubs, creating lessons and any administrative assistance that may be needed.For other opportunities in our area see: http://www.slideshare.net/daktaribushchool/ebroschure
Shiloweni still needs Alex, Sam & Gerri Jnr,more sponsors of R200 our Spotted Eagle per month, Owls need someoneto fill his big appetite! to sponsor them for R200 each a month.Tugela & Molopo need someone to sponsor Our Leguaan Lazarus them for just R200 needs a new sponsor each per month. for R200 per month Our Bushbaby twins Elvis & Presley the Pepita & Pepito each Pied Crows need a need a sponsor for sponsor. Just R200 R200 a month each per month. Caline still needs a Chou Chou our shy sponsor for her & her Genet needs a baby Elfie, just R300 sponsor of R400 per each a month. month.
Thank you to AZ Trading for donating laminating pouches for all the childrens’ certificates! Thank you Red Ladies Charity Group for the donation of R500 Thank you Deutsche Bank for your continued support andthe donation of R120,000 to pay for 1 weeks environmental education at Daktari for 80 underprivileged children. A big thank you to everyone who “likes” us on Facebook. It’s a pleasure to give you all daily updates on the goings on at Daktari! Click on the logo to visit their websites!
My fiance, Lew, and I volunteered at Daktari for a week in December 2010during our trip around the world. We had such a fantastic time at Daktari, with the animals, the amazing children, and fun staff and fellow volunteers. Nowthat we are home and back to work, we really enjoy the updates about Daktari in the email newsletters and Facebook. We are always so happy to see that things are going well at Daktari – the organization does so much good!Our wedding is coming up, and we decided to give a donation to Daktari instead of traditional favors at the wedding. This is a trend that is getting more andmore popular in the U.S.. Traditionally, couples give small candy or keepsakes at weddings, but more and more, couples are donating to causes that are important to them. Well, Daktari is important to us!We are planning to have a small display about Daktari with some pictures thatwe took while volunteering. We are going to have place card holders made out of small plastic African animals to go with the theme. (They tell the wedding guests what table to sit at). We are excited to share Daktari with our wedding guests and show them the wonderful work they do.